I have over 10 years of experience as a graphic designer, specialising in printed media. It is my firm belief that the fastest way to convey and link important concepts is through visual communication.
My knowledge and expertise includes: data visualisation, typography, logo design, visual identity, page and poster design, gestalt psychology, colour theory, and photomanipulation, alongside many other related topics.
Some of my most notable scientific illustration work to date includes:
2012 - Infographic showing various Spacecraft. Featured by io9, Boing Boing, Geekologie, and many more websites far too numerous to list here. A second version of this image, taking account of the responses to the first is still pending.
2011 – Publicity materials for The Inflativerse inflatable planetarium.
2010 – Five 850 x 2200mm banners for The Colour of Stars science outreach project for primary school children
2009 – Publicity materials for several IYA2009 activities including Space Day and Moonwatch, and the Astronomy Public Lecture Series
2005 – Island of Stability graphic used by Wikipedia and publications by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Swiss National Science Foundation.
2005 – Mimivirus illustration
A full graphic design portfolio can be found here.